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No Dadagiri in World Cricket

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The newly-appointed PCB chairman has all the abilities and skills needed to negotiate. One hopes despite his known Indophile proclivities, he will not accept the B-3 fait accompli.

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The Greatest Threat to World Peace

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Today the names of Cubans who died defending Angola from US-backed South African aggression, defying American demands that they leave the country, are inscribed on the “Wall of Names” in Pretoria’s Freedom Park.

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THE GEOPOLITICS OF THE UKRAINE CRISIS

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Ukraine is a central card in Putin's hand to revitalise the Russian strategy, hoping to renew with its status of leading geopolitical power in Europe and Asia.

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CHINA’S DUAL RESPONSE TO THE US ‘PIVOT’

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The growing Chinese presence in this region, associated with the challenges the United States faces in the Middle East, also demonstrates the necessity for the US to remain attached to the region as part of its strategy towards China.

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The Imperial Presidency of BARACK OBAMA

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Obama said a further 15,000 schools and 20 million students from kindergarten through 12th grade would have access to high-speed internet service in the next two years.

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The Countdown Has Begun

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So much has been speculated about the post-US-drawdown scenario in Afghanistan since the Obama Administration announced the withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan in 2014.

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Criminal Law & The Eighteenth Amendment

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The point was settled administratively, but it’s generally believed that the term ‘criminal law’ as a subject matter for legislative competence is as ambiguous today as it was prior to the opinion of the AG Punjab.

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Regional Dimensions of PAKISTAN'S FOREIGN POLICY The Iran Factor

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The recent overtures between Pakistan and Iran are a welcome development. In recent years, the economic imperatives have become significant in relations between the two states.

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INDO-PAK TRADE

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Pakistan’s trade bodies complain that, while India intends to increase exports to Pakistan it doesn’t realize that some exports could cause business closures in Pakistan e.g. in the auto sector.

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THAR COAL The Future of Energy in Pakistan

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After the precarious law and order situation, Pakistan’s biggest problem these days is the acute energy crisis. However, it’s not a new phenomenon; its roots can be traced back to 1980s when cuts in power supply ranging to two and four hours in urban and rural area respectively started.

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Hijab

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Allah almighty had ordered women to cover themselves from head to toe to avoid any fitna and to maintain their own dignity and chastity. The command to put on the veil does not, in any sense, curbs the freedom and other rights of women.

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An Elusive Afghan Peace

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Regional rivalries can easily stoke the fires of conflict with regional contenders easily reaching out to rival factions within Afghanistan and fuelling the internal conflict that has now already spread to Pakistan.

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HUMANITARIAN DIMENSION OF NUCLEAR WAR IN SOUTH ASIA

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The tragedy of Indo-Pak relations is that the extremist elements do occupy pivotal positions in policy and decision making circles.

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